Hadash-Ta’al party says hostage deal must be part of effort to stop ‘cycle of killing’

Carrie Keller-Lynn is a political and legal correspondent for The Times of Israel

The majority-Arab Hadash-Ta’al opposition party says that the proposed hostage deal in exchange for a short ceasefire and the release of Palestinian prisoners “must be the beginning of the process of ending the war.”

Hadash-Ta’al has railed against Israel’s ongoing war against Hamas following the October 7 atrocities and its civilian casualty count, and its evening statement reads that the deal should be part of “stopping the cycle of killing, and starting a political process with Palestinian leadership.”

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